Laboratory analyzers

Hematology analyzers are devices used to perform complete blood counts (CBC), or hemograms. They carry out quantitative and qualitative analyzes of blood elements: red blood cells, erythrocytes, white blood cells, leukocytes, and platelet thrombocytes. They are used mainly in laboratories for the analysis of medical biology or in hospitals with a hematology service. Some of these analyzers are intended for veterinary medicine

The application of mechanization and subsequent automation of analytical work; considerably increased the processing potential of the multidisciplinary clinical laboratory and allowed a greater number of determinations to be carried out in less time.

 
 

The hematology analyzer: a great medical innovation

Knowledge about the pathophysiological changes that accompany the health-disease process achieved by medical sciences during the second half of the 20th century was dizzying.

This translated into the clinical laboratory branch; in the emergence and placement in the hands of its professionals; of an increasing number of determinations intended to complement the physical examination and the medical history; to finally establish a diagnosis.

The application of mechanization and subsequent automation of analytical work; considerably increased the processing potential of the multidisciplinary clinical laboratory and allowed a greater number of determinations to be carried out in less time; the increase in quality indicators to figures never before achieved through manual work; the significant decrease in costs and the shortening of the delivery times of the results to the client.

What is a hematology analyzer?

Hematology analyzers are equipment used to perform complete blood counts, or hemograms. They carry out quantitative and qualitative analyzes of blood elements: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. They are mainly used in medical biology analysis laboratories or in hospitals with hematology services

What are the advantages of a hematology analyzer?

The speed, as it is generally an automated analysis process. This reduces or even eliminates the need for manual intervention.

The precision of the results and, consequently, better cell differentiation.

Versatility, thanks to a range of measurement parameters.

The hematology analyzer: a great medical innovation

A hematology analyzer or hematology analyzer is a device that allows you to perform a complete blood count. In other words, it performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

A hemogram or hematological analysis reflects all the elements or components of the blood, reflecting their number or their proportion in the individual. This is one of the most frequently requested laboratory tests and is part of the basic study required for diagnostic guidance and evaluation of patients, since it offers an overview and can serve as an indicator of anemia, infectious diseases, clotting problems, among others.

Types of Analyzers that work properly in a research laboratory

Product categories to select:

Microplate reader

Easy to use operation system with large LCD screen Washes flat bottom, U and V strips and plate. 12 or 8-way manifold, automatic and manual positioning. Great memory

Coagulation Analyzer

Random access, smart and compact. Coagulation, chromogenic and immunological measurement methods. User friendly touch screen interface, simple and easy to operate.

Hematology Analyzer

20 parameters + 3 histograms. 3-part differentiation of WBC. 2 Counting mode: whole blood and prediluted. Performance: it is capable of making up to 30 samples per hour.

Chemistry analyzer

Automatic random access. STAT sample priority, available for all sample positions. Barcode scanner for sample and reagent. Bidirectional LIS interface (HL7)

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Specs
20 parameters + 3 histograms
3-part differentiation of WBC
2 Counting mode: whole blood and prediluted
Throughput: up to 30 samples per hour
8.0 "color TFT LCD with mouse operation
Built-in thermal printer, optional external printer
External AC adapter prevents electronic noise, improving accuracy
Up to 30,000 sample results can be stored (including histograms)
Multilingual software available upon request

What is your ideal laboratory analyzer?

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Hematology analyzer: interpretation of blood counts

A hemogram or hematological analysis reflects all the elements or components of the blood, reflecting their number or their proportion in the individual.

How does a chemistry analyzer work in a laboratory?

A clinical chemistry analyzer is an instrument that performs assays on clinical samples such as blood serum, plasma, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid.

Hematology analyzer vs. biochemist Kalstein

A hematology analyzer or hematology analyzer is a device that allows you to perform a complete blood count. In other words, perform a qualitative analysis ...

What is a hematology analyzer?

Hematology analyzers are equipment used to perform complete blood counts, or hemograms. They carry out quantitative and qualitative analyzes of blood elements: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. They are used mainly in laboratories for the analysis of medical biology or in hospitals with a hematology service.

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